Manila's Old World Charm Sets The Mood For A Timeless Love
posted February 13, 2018 at 04:16 pm
Raring for a love that is timeless and enduring? Why not celebrate it in Old Manila, with its breathtaking sunsets, the charm of ancestral homes and grand churches, and heartfelt walks on streets where lovers have once professed their feelings to their beloved?
Feel and taste the romance this February as you and your special someone celebrate this special day at Casa Roces and partake of their special Valentine’s Day feast, aptly called “Amor San Valentin,” from February 14-18. Early (love)birds get a 10 percent discount. Free Auro chocolates also await the first 75 bookings.
Start your date right with a hot chocolate shot, slices of jamon and queso de bola, followed by a cream of cauliflower soup, and a salad of fresh strawberry, pistachio, almond slices and a dollop of crème fraiche.
For the main course, guests have the option to order either fish or meat. Fish connoisseurs will fall in love with the roast salmon fillet with balsamic glaze, which comes with a side of whipped potato. Meat lovers will hit the spot with Casa Roces' beef tenderloin in Madeira reduction and pure native chocolate, served with the very flavorful truffle mushroom risotto.
Top the evening with a double strawberry sorbet with poached apples and fresh strawberries with salted caramel ice cream and chocolate mousse in demitasse – perfect concoctions for seduction.
For inquiries and reservations, call Casa Roces at (02) 735.5896 or 0905.9765200. You may also visit their website (www.casaroces.com) or their Facebook fan page: casarocesph. Casa Roces is located at 1153 J. P. Laurel corner Aguado Streets, San Miguel, Manila
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